Cloud integration services

Create a cohesive IT estate, regardless of underlying environments

A proper cloud integration strategy, well executed, ensures business outcomes are greater than the sum of the seamlessly interoperable parts. Torry Harris has long experience and deep expertise in all aspects of cloud integration, from APIs to iPaaS, to help customers get the full value of their cloud migrations. Customers can mix and match from our cloud integration services portfolio to suit current and future needs.

Explore our approach and tools

How we help boost innovation with cloud integration

Developing the right cloud integration strategy to complement and augment enterprise cloud migrations and wider digital transformation initiatives
Navigating the rapidly expanding and highly fragmented integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) market.
Helping enterprises overcome silos in the cloud caused by the explosion of applications deployed and consumed using the Software-as-a-Service model
Deployment and managed integration services to help enterprises get their desired business outcomes fast
Cloud migration is about defining the right solutions for your organization – whether that’s migration of legacy data and applications to the cloud, or from one cloud provider to another – and re-engineering, recasting and integrating them to get the maximum business benefit

What our clients and analysts are saying…


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Our approach to cloud integration

Getting the desired business outcomes is not just about harnessing technology, but about a solid cloud integration strategy designed for an enterprise’s specific needs. It starts with business design and adherence to these principles throughout:

  • A mature governance framework to ensure cloud integration practices and tools are consistent and do not fragment
  • Clearly defined business outcomes and how cloud integration can be optimized from technology, vendor fitment, legacy interoperability, and security
  • Using cloud and integration as a means to improve customer experience
  • An integration strategy that meets today’s needs but is also flexible enough to accommodate changing market, operational and business conditions
  • Constant assessment and balancing of factors including time, budget, impact on dependencies and more
What do you need to integrate? What does Torry Harris contribute? Which tools do we use?
Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS, EiPaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS) applications
  • Deep knowledge of and expertise in iPaaS and SaaS markets
  • Cloud integration technologies
  • Hybrid integrations strategies
  • Empower ‘citizen’ i.e. non-specialist integrators
    • Integration on-premise and SaaS applications using iPaaS platform
    • Developing all topologies of Cloud integration using iPaaS – on-premise to cloud, cloud to cloud, cloud-to-on-premise and within on-premise.
    • Transforming legacy integration stacks (ESB, etc.) to iPaaS
    • Building security layer using API gateways to securely allow iPaaS based integration.
  • Integration Platform-as-a-Service, such as Snaplogic, Dell Boomi, Oracle Integration Cloud
  • API management platforms, API Gateways and Micro-gateways
Cloud integration strategy and lifecycle management
  • Expertise in APIs, microservices, service-oriented architectures (SOA), data integration and IoT
  • Oracle Integration Cloud, Apigee, WSO2, Mulesoft, SpringBoot, NodeJS
Applications that are migrating to cloud-native models
  • Establishing building blocks of a cloud-native architecture, infrastructure and integration development model
  • Identifying the right mix of private, public and hybrid Cloud
  • Identifying components that are cloud-native candidates
  • Establishing a tailored DevOps process
  • Setting up a framework to integrate traditional integration and cloud-native tools
  • Implementing microservice lifecycle in alignment with customer’s software development lifecycle
  • Building a microservice discovery process and recommending tooling to support it
  • Evaluating microservice tools, frameworks and recommendation for each customer
  • Defining and tailoring a decision matrix to indicate when to use or avoid microservices, service mesh, micro-gateways, etc.
  • Conducting cloud-native awareness workshops
  • Deplomatic
  • AutomatonTM
  • Coupler Micro-Integrator tool
  • Torry Harris DevOps Framework
  • Torry Harris DevOps Reference Implementation
Strategic partners within the cloud ecosystem to set up hybrid and multi-cloud architectures
  • Close working relationships with public cloud providers
  • Identify multi-cloud management platforms to provide a single control point for admin and governance
  • Understanding integration challenges of solutions with different providers
  • Cost-benefit analysis of cloud versus on-premise
  • Selecting cloud vendor and applications architecture
  • Automate deployment
  • Infrastructure as a code
  • AWS
  • Azure
  • Google Cloud
  • Deplomatic
  • Ansible
  • Terraform
  • AWS-Azure Data Bridge
On-premise and cloud applications
  • Cloud integration
  • Data security and privacy
  • Cloud-native architectures
  • iPaaS
  • API platforms
  • Microservices
  • Kubernetes, Docker, Helm Charts
Private cloud
  • Design, planning and development
  • Testing
  • Support
  • VMWare
  • OpenStack
  • OpenShift
Newly built, end-to-end cloud-native applications based on microservices architecture
  • Build
  • Integrate
  • Quality assurance
  • Managed services
  • RepoProTM
  • DigitMarketTM API Manager
  • AutoStub®
  • AutomatonTM
Cloud-enabling the data platform
  • Migration of legacy data integration platforms to Cloud-based services
  • Setting up a Cloud-based Data warehouse
  • Establishing a hybrid data integration solution using traditional tools and Cloud-based services
  • Transforming data architectures using in-memory data grids
  • Gigaspaces Smart DIH, Smart Cache, Denodo Data Virtualization

Frequently asked questions

Cloud integration services connect disparate cloud-based applications of enterprises to their on-premise data systems, or to other internal cloud-hosted systems thereby creating a single, cohesive and highly accessible data environment.

Cloud integration enables rapid data exchange across the entire organization, equipping enterprises to gain complete visibility over their data and leverage it for maximum value.

Cloud integration services include devising the right strategy to meet the specific business needs of the enterprise, rapid deployment of solutions to reduce time to value, and building solutions that break down data silos and facilitate data exchange.

Cloud integration platforms are the primary tools enterprises use to integrate their applications, data systems and third-party services thereby resolving cloud silos. Usually deployed as part of the integration platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) delivery model, cloud integration platforms enable enterprises to combine their disparate systems across multiple environments - on-premise, public and private cloud, a hybrid of the two, and multiple public clouds (multi-cloud).

An effective cloud integration strategy is the starting point of an organization’s effort to integrate its systems across multiple environments. Every cloud integration strategy will be slightly different, but their purpose is to provide:

Flexibility regarding how data is shared, stored, processed and accessed;

  • Greater operational efficiency and business agility through easier access to data and faster data analysis to launch and tweak new offers, for example;
  • Better customer experience due to better joined-up processes, for instance;
  • Modern could-based applications
  • Scalability to accommodate rapid changes without having to build capacity that is only used in peak times; and
  • Combined cloud applications and on-premises systems to create a whole greater than the sum of its parts

Our team of experts at Torry Harris Integration Solutions will work with your business to develop a cloud integration strategy that’s tailored to your specific requirements.

Cloud integration platforms utilize more agile, flexible and efficient technology than earlier/legacy solutions to facilitate seamless data exchange across vast data and cloud infrastructural space. While enterprises can build and deploy the tools needed to integrate cloud and on-premise environments themselves, out-of-the-box cloud integration platforms are generally more efficient and cost effective.

Importantly, cloud integration enables organizations to better access their data and create more seamless employee experiences without having to replace whole legacy systems. This is a significant benefit for many enterprises.

Establishing the right architecture for hybrid cloud and multi-cloud scenarios is a critical success factor for working with AWS, Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft’s Azure. Multi-cloud management that provide a single point of control, administration and governance are key, and there are many tools that can help execute the appropriate architecture. While integration platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) is one of many types of cloud integration solutions, these and other such tools can be applied across multiple scenarios. These include:

  • Cloud data integration: This involves connecting disparate data stores to give enterprises greater access and visibility over their data infrastructure.
  • Application integration: This involves connecting an enterprise’s library of applications, which also means integrating their independent functions and operations.

Want to learn more about Torry Harris’s cloud integration services? Reach out to our team today, and let’s get started.

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